Winch grease or water pump grease may be substituted but Teflon lubricant is preferred. Toerails: Various techniques may be involved, depending upon the severity of the problem. A convenient reference on Sabre 28, 30, and 34 is that the outermost six inches of the cabin top, adjacent to the cabin sides, is at a slope of 25 degrees when viewed from the cockpit. The following is a listing of possible deck leak sources and standard repairs. This is especially important if the work is to be carried out by a yard other than your Sabre Dealer.
. Clean off excess caulking immediately with clean rag. Condensation occurs when relatively warm and moist air from a boat's interior strikes the cooler lens of the gauge. In each case, the new details or equipment have been carefully evaluated to determine that it is consistent with the Sabre commitment to excellence. Equipment on Board: Main sail, roller furling fore-sail, Lewmar main and self-tailing jib sheet winches; boom-vang, cabin-top mounted traveler; jiffy reefing system, wheel steering. Each Sabre yacht is covered by a Limited Warranty as detailed in the next two pages.
Series I hull numbers: 001 to 100 2. It also acts as a silencer to help quiet the inherent engine noise related to the exhaust system. Refer to Section 28:00 concerning keel bolts. An optional third reed point is suggested for boats 34 feet or larger and for all boats used for extended offshore sailing. Refer to Section 1 4. With this system, the raw water being drawn into the boat is diverted at the engine and used to cool a separate closed freshwater system by means of a heat exchange.
Certain diagrams refer only to a particular group of boats. The reaction is basically the same as galvanic corrosion. The subject has been studies as a science and now a variety of systems have been designed to suit the numerous conditions encountered. The following is a general guide for use in the maintenance of your yacht's exterior. See standing rigging adjustment in owner's manual.
The offset propeller wash to flow to the side of the rudder. Refer to Section 15:00 for complete steering maintenance. Please be sure that the Commissioning Check List is completed by your dealer and returned to Sabre, as failure to do so may invalidate your warranty. Anchor Well Bulkhead: Recaulk with silicone. Main salon cabin has two facing settees: port side converts to double berth and starboard a single.
I have lots of other goodies that could come with the boat depending on price negotiated and intended use. Sailing is a most enjoyable activity, but due regard must be given to the power of the sea. Pull in the reef line until proper tension is achieved on the reef clew. The diaphragm type pump removes water from the bilge, pumping it overboard at the transom. A gauge on each extinguisher allows you to easily check the charge. We recommend leaving the exterior teak unfinished, as allowing the teak to weather naturally is the most satisfactory long term solution. Nothing should be swept into the bilge itself as debris could cause havoc with the bilge pump.
The pump handle can now be pumped to flush the bowl clean. This is accomplished by installing a large bail which is bolted through the center of the mast tube with the recommended bolt. Application in itself is a cleaning process. We have strived to make it the finest and most complete in the industry, and trust that you will find it beneficial. Refer to Sections 20:00, 21:00, 22:00, 23:00 for further details.
The parts in this system are specifically selected for their application and any replacement must be with identical parts, or those approved by Sabre Yachts. With reasonable care they will stay new looking for years. An annual treatment with one of the many teak cleaning compounds, that work by chemically dissolving the gray material that forms on the teak, is suggested. It is very durable and can be washed. Although at times, it does make the gauge hard to read. Please sign and return to Sabre Yachts with Warranty Registration information. Your Sabre must be handled with appropriate caution and knowledge of the hazards of sailing.